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May 1, 2000

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Booth N-5764

What's Hot! Company has developed a new approach to robot control with its touch-screen PC Servo Controller. The controller is said to address the need for compact size while delivering full computing capabilities right at the robot.

Internal text files simplify otherwise tedious tasks. The ability to reference a complete operators manual, including parts list, with the ease of Windows-based software is now possible. Mechanical, electrical and pneumatic drawings can be viewed and maneuvered throughout with a simple screen change. By using this capability, future wiring and parts ordering is claimed to be a simple assignment.

The complete operators manual is located within the controller so training will become easier. Multiple diagnostic screens are said to ease down-time or set-up complications. With diagnostic screens pinpointing the exact location of error, modifications can be made fast.

A modem connection is yet another feature addressing desires in automation. Utilizing the modem opens the option to uncomplicated program downloading, as well as expedient diagnostic remedies directed from Mark 2 engineers. Circle 180

Key Contact John W. Nelson, Sales Mgr. ­ Tel: 800-541-8813 or 414-251-6400; Fax: 414-251-6407;
Web Site: www.mark2eagle.com 

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